The ICC Conference in Jamaica “Boosting the use of Arbitration in the Caribbean” will feature discussions on the New Jamaica Arbitration Act, 2017, based on the UNCITRAL Model Law, which will foster the use of arbitration as a method of resolving disputes in the country and the Caribbean region.
High level representatives of the ICC Court and its Secretariat will explain the new steps taken by the ICC International Court of Arbitration to ensure greater transparency and boost the efficiency of arbitral procedures conducted under the ICC Arbitration Rules.
Furthermore, renowned arbitration practitioners will examine diverse topics related to judicial support in international arbitrations. They will provide fundamental perspectives on international arbitral awards, in addition to some insight on capacity building for the region.
Who should attend?
Practicing lawyers, corporate counsel, in-house counsel, arbitrators and other dispute resolution services practitioners, academics, business and public sectors, civil society, and professionals involved and/or interested in obtaining further knowledge about keeping up to date with domestic and international arbitration in the Americas and in the Caribbean.